A luxurious 4,400 square foot European inspired villa set on Lake Hopatcong’s picturesque Byram Cove. The home is perfectly elevated above the lake to enjoy spectacular sunrises, with all of the amenities of a boater’s paradise.
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Custom waterfront home perched atop Byram Cove on Lake Hopatcong, only 50 miles to midtown NYC. Featuring sun-soaked open rooms, stone columns, wraparound deck, gourmet outdoor kitchen, and deep water boat house. Lush surrounding trees offer the property privacy, and the beautiful landscape keeps up with itself, blooming flowers throughout spring and summer.
The house is centered around an open kitchen/open living layout. The kitchen’s custom warm hickory cabinetry, copper farm sink, and a stunning tin ceiling complement the high-end appliances. The dining room features vaulted oak ceilings and views of the lake, while the open living room is anchored by a large gas stone fireplace. A wall of windows and glass doors bring in great light and ensure that picturesque scenes of the lake are always available. Outside, BBQ the summer away in your outdoor kitchen and dining area before enjoying a nightcap from one of the multiple outdoor seating areas.
Wake up to spectacular sunrises from your private balcony in the vaulted master suite, featuring dual closets, an in-room laundry and wide plank wood flooring. The attached master bath spa is centered by an embossed claw foot soaking tub, and features a custom wood vanity with dual granite top sink, private water closet, and a cave-like shower.
Upstairs, enjoy a large bonus room with full bathroom and ample storage. Downstairs, two additional bedrooms, a full bath, a second laundry room, and a media/game room or den on the lower level complete the four level home.
Lake Hopatcong is NJ’s largest lake, and features dockside restaurants, bars, markets, mini golf, a sailing/yacht club and more! Enjoy healthy outdoor living within an hour to NYC! Byram Cove is great for swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding, jet skiing and of course, boating. Plenty of room in the walk-around boat house, which also features deep water docking, an indoor boat lift and a storage attic for water toys!
Enjoy comfort and utility with a heated 3 car garage, whole home generator, and much more.
Proximity + Access + Outdoors
Incredible lake front views. Spa like master bath. Outdoor gourmet kitchen. Deep water boat house. Whole home generator. Heated garage.
New Jersey’s largest lake up to 50 feet deep, multiple acclaimed dockside restaurants and bars, waterfront markets, boardwalk, Byram Cove, fishing and boating!
Minutes to Routes 80, 15, 23, 46 and The Lake Hopatcong Station For New Jersey Transit Rail into NYC.
A Picturesque Lake Side Community Nestled On The Cove With World Class Boating and Outdoor Activities.
Lake Hopatcong is the largest freshwater body in New Jersey, about 4 square miles in area. Located 30 miles from the Delaware River and 40 miles from New York City, the lake forms part of the border between Sussex and Morris counties in the state’s northern highlands region. Lake Hopatcong was produced by damming and flooding of two ponds, known as the Great Pond and Little Pond, and the Musconetcong River, its natural outlet. Historically known as a resort lake for vacationing New Yorkers, it is now a mostly suburban residential lake.
Lake Hopatcong is now mostly a residential lake whose few public access points include Hopatcong State Park and Lee’s County Park Marina. Most of the shoreline is privately owned by individual lakefront residents, homeowner or community associations, or private businesses (e.g., restaurants and marinas). Unlike most lakes in New Jersey, Lake Hopatcong has bars and restaurants that are accessible directly by boat. Popular tourist attractions on the lake include the Hopatcong State Park, The Lake Hopatcong Historical Museum, and the Lake Hopatcong Yacht Club.